Question about Sony DVDirect (VRDVC20) DVD±RW Dual Layer Burner
I have 1000 personal kodachrome pix to put onto dvd discs for storage by way of my computer. How can I burn these onto dvd discs?These pix are originally 35 mm color slides which I have been converting with a Coolscan V ED scanner and putting them on my computer.Will a sony dvdirect vrd-mc5 somehow copy them to a dvd disc? Is a straight forward dvd burner a better choice? Please help if you can.
Yes and no... you can not hook it up directly to your computer and burn copies of pix. You can however transfer your pictures to a memory card (SD, MS or CF) and then put that in the VRD-MC5 and burn your pix.
Hope this helps!
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
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